Inside Scarlett Moffatt's disco-themed 32nd birthday with huge cake and glitter wall | The Sun

SCARLETT Moffatt celebrated her 32nd birthday over the weekend with a huge disco-themed party.

The former Gogglebox star was surrounded by her nearest and dearest as she danced late into the night.

Looking amazing, Scarlett wore a sequined and feathered silver dress, which she teamed with a silver hat.

Her house was decked out with a glitter wall and stunning balloon displays.

She put on a huge spread of food, with massive sweet and savoury graze boards brimming with piles of treats.

Her pals embraced the dress code and everyone danced to a DJ and even a saxophonist at one point.

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Scarlett told her followers:  “I can’t wait for Chapter 32 of my life.

“I won’t get to soppy on a Sunday but I’ve realised all that matters in life is surrounding yourself with good people.

“I felt so lucky to have so many people I get to call friends & family last night.”

Her famous pals rushed to send their best wishes with Charlotte Dawson writing: “Beautiful 😍😍😍 happy birthday my fellow libra babe xxxx.”

Laura Whitmore commented: “Happy birthday x”, while Arielle Free added: “Ah happy birthday gorgeous! Xx.”

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Scarlett’s rise to fame came when she joined Channel 4’s Gogglebox in 2014, aged 23.

The former student disability advisor was the breakout star and went on to be crowned Queen of The Jungle in 2016’s I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!.

She’s since worked on Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway and hosted other entertainment shows, but now she’s moving in a new direction with her first documentary for Channel 4, Britain’s Tourette’s Mystery: Scarlett Moffatt Investigates.

The Sun revealed last week how she will be joining a group of celebrities for new show, Scared of The Dark.

The show will see celebrities have their mettle tested by being denied light for days on end.

The famous faces will have to survive in darkness for seven days in a specially constructed space.

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